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A new U.S. News & World Report ranking published Tuesday named Washington the best state to live and Louisiana the worst. 

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In May 2017, then-University of Washington freshman Byron Dondoyano Jr. identified a need for more inclusive, affirming policies after he observed Ramadan as a non-religious student. By fasting from 2:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.

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Dafeng Xu will join the Evans School faculty as an assistant professor, beginning in Autumn Quarter 2019.

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Congratulations to Molly Jay, John Compton and Ian Gonzalez for receiving the University of Washington’s 2019 Distinguished Sta

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Hear from a panel of inspiring womxn who will elaborate on their experiences in public policy and government.

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Congratulations to MPA students Cindy Chen and Alyssa McClure for being selected for the

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At the Evans School, we educate leaders who meet societal challenges with compassion, vision, humility, and authenticity.

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Meet the newest Evans School members of the Husky 100Louie Tan Vital (MPA ’19) and

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Executive Director of Awamaki and Evans School alum, Kennedy Leavens (MPA ’12), was awarded the 2019 World Travel & Tourism Council’s

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Second-year MPA student Kevin Truong was featured in Perspectives, the College of Arts and Sciences January 2019 newsletter for his exciting work founding Hey Mentor, an online mentor program for high school students.

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Evans doctoral student Brenda Gellner was recently awarded a position in the 2019 Dissertation Proposal Workshop hosted by Howard University's Center on Race and Wealth and the Institute for Research on Poverty at University of Wisconsin.

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Former Commissioner and Evans School alum Reynaldo Pascua (MPA ’78) will be honored as the 2019 recipient of the Washington State Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs’ (CAPAA) Vanguard Award.

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Eager to learn more about the Evans School’s Global MPA program? We sat down with Associate Professor Scott Fritzen, Director of International Executive Education to answer some in-depth questions about the Evans School’s new dual-degree offering.